Five blamed people in the homicide for legal advisor Willie Kimani, his customer Josephat Mwenda and driver Joseph Muiruri have been put on their protection after a Nairobi court decided that they have a case to reply.
Woman Equity Jessie Lessit on Monday decided that the indictment has set up an argument against the five, among them four cops and a regular citizen.
"I have thought about the whole proof and having done as such I have arrived at the resolution that the arraignment has set up an at first sight case," administered Equity Lesit.
The five will currently shield themselves and present their observers before a last decision is conveyed.
Legal advisor Willie Kimani was killed in 2016 along with his customer Josephat Mwenda and cab driver Joseph Muiruri in what started shock in the lawful clique.
The homicide case has hauled in court taking a sluggish jump in the course of recent years.
The climb of Equity Lessit to the Court of Allure had taken steps to defer the case further with Boss Equity Martha Koome permitting the adjudicator to keep hearing the matter.
Since 2016, 46 prosecution observers have taken to the stand, itemizing the occasions that prompted the deaths of the three and a definitive unloading of their bodies in a stream at Oldonyo Sabuk until their deteriorating bodies were recuperated multi week after their vanishing.
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